The Antarctic Peninsula is the northernmost part of the mainland of Antarctica and is located at the base of the Southern Hemisphere.
3. Iberian, Scandinavian, Appenine, Jutland, Balkan
4. The geography influenced trade routes, some lack of cultural diffusion, military genius (Hannibal and his army of elephants)
5. Europe doesn't the Northern countries like Norway, Sweden, and Russia, are not very mild.
6. marine west coast, humid continental, mediterannean
7. Northwest highlands, North European plains, Central uplands, Alpine Mountain System
8. the Danube and the Rhine
I don't know number 9 or 10 sorry :(
The Attica, Peloponnese, and I think peninsula as a whole.
Explanation: Hope this helps.
Peloponnesus, Current Greek Pelopónnisos, a promontory of 8,278 square miles (21,439 square km), an enormous, sloping assortment of land extending toward the south into the Mediterranean that since artifact has been a significant district of Greece, joined to the remainder of territory Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth.
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The answer is A
Sweden and Norway
Spain and Portugal
Greece Albania Macedoria
Sinai is a triangle shaped peninsula, located in the Asian continent and politically belongs to Egypt (this is why this country is considered a transcontinental land).
It is important to know that the border between Africa and Asia is not clearly defined. However, the Sinai Peninsula is often considered to be this border.
Although this peninsula divides the African continent from the Asian continent, many authors consider that the true boundary between both continents is the isthmus of Suez.
we cant see it/